• PA system. Compact & scalable, it can handle small rooms up to good sized halls
o Bose System 1 (serves as a small PA or Monitor)
o 10 channel Benhringer mixer/ amp with effects. 800 W per channel, 2 channels
o 2 x 10 Carvin Q10 Main/ Monitor Speakers
o 6 Channel Carvin X600L mixer/ amp with effects. 250 W per channel, 2 channels
o 2 x 12 Yamaha SP12 Main/ Monitor speakers
o Portable computer (Macintosh Laptop)
o Drum & bass tracks for roughly 8 sets
o Large MP3 selection for DJ- style music
• Instruments/ Effects. Top quality equipment allows the wide variety of sounds needed for the broad range of songs I play.
o Shure SM 68B or head-worn vocal microphone
o Fender Stratocaster guitars
o Taylor T5z Acoustic/Electric Guitar
o Digitech GNX 3000 Guitar Effects Processor
o Boss RC-2, RC-3/ Jamman Samplers for both guitar and vocals (allowing harmonies with 1 singer!)
o Digitech Vocal 300 Vocal Effects Processor
• Visual Effects. Ignored by many musicians, lights are important to set the mood.
o 2 American DJ MegaBar RGB LED light strips
o LED “Moonflower” projector
o 2 Red+Green LED Laser projectors
o 8 x 100W equivalent color LED flood lights ideal for small to medium sized facilities
o 3 light stands and clamp-on light fixtures ideally suited for taking up minimal space at small events
o 2 large stage light stands with bars and stage truss for a full, professional stage set up.
o Quad chaser/ sound-to-light unit
o Fog machine
Wolff uses a flexible yet compact set-up that can scale from a portable, battery powered "band in a bag" up to a full PA for a medium-sized hall or outdoor venue. We use LED lights (low power, low heat), lasers and a Moonflower projector, which won’t trip any breakers, plus colored LED spot lights for larger venues. It can all run off one 110 V outlet.